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Mar 20, 2011 5:30pm PDT
the pay area. anne mackovic tells us? you want to celebrate the death of an 150-year-old oak tree. >> reporter: a degree that broke this tech railing and ripping out a gas line that service israelised the house. >> lots of leaves fall on the house. >> reporter: in san francisco it was a man-made wonder that took a fall with the wind whipping. this sign came off of this building overnight landing on oh ferrell street near union square. >> i went to the window, everybody was running across the way. >> luckily no one was hurt. a street fell onto a car on k czar at lincoln avenue just after midnight w the ground saturated we could be seeing a lot more tree damage this week. >> it's good in one sense because we're getting a lot more rain. bad in another in that it hasn't slid down. i would expect to see a lot of trees falling in the next couple days here. >> reporter: and more rain falling. but hopefully not to the level that caused this flooding on the 380 on-ramp from 101. or the power outages caused by falling trees and lines. today thousands of people weather out of power across th
Mar 13, 2011 5:30pm PDT
crane being used to try to move those cars off the track. it isn't a very quick process, and the repairs could last into night. >> a ten-car train heading to san francisco international airport just left the concord station. it's a slow speed derailment. passengers said it was a bumpy ride that got scary. >> it just started shaking back and forth, moving around. it felt like we were going over stuff. one of the ladies sitting next to me said, i don't think we should be move right now and that's when we all started panicking. >> reporter: there's significant track damage. workers are looking at whether work being done near the station may have caused the derailment. >> this is the first train to -- and when it was the -- that's when this slow speed derailment happened. >> reporter: bart says police happened to be on the platform when the accident happened. >> we moved down a few cars and then we had to climb down a ladder sort of thing and down a hill. >> there will be no service between pleasant hill and pittsburg bay point stations until further notice. >> anybody going to the city, goi
Mar 27, 2011 5:30pm PDT
devices. we're getting lots of calls from folks who are telling us -- well, a lot of media calls asking about multiple devices and multiple explosions. at that point, there's only been one injury and we don't know of any other devices at this time. >> reporter: police lines remain you up and people remain out of their homes. >> hard to believe a device small enough to be hidden in a newspaper could do so much imagine. >>> the newspaper felt very heavy. so i don't know if the injured man told the officer that or not, but i suppose if you picked up a newspaper and it felt heavy, you could expect it had a bomb in it. >>> a state of emergency has been declared. business owners are cleaning up and wondering how they're going to pay for the damage. >> the sound of industrial vacuums replaces the sound of rushing water that was here yesterday. a second flood in two days turned streets into rivers. it came from a culvert created when the pipes blew on thursday. >> it's a sad situation. >> reporter: richard lived across the street from these home, all either yellow or red tagged. >> this pile of
Mar 12, 2011 5:30pm PST
with rescues and the recovery. u.s. marines are already starting to deploy critically needed supplies. charlie d'agata, cbs news, tokyo. >> it was crescent city that saw the highest tsunami waves in the u.s. 8-foot surges. crews are waiting for safer conditions to begin clean up of the damaged harbor. there are at least 17 damaged and sunken vessels and also the smell of boat fuel and oil. in addition, there are rocks, logs and other debris that need to be cleared away. >> we do get a small tsunami once in a while or surge in here and it breaks the docks up but this is the worst i have ever experienced. >> the harbor is crescent city's life blood and the sheriff says it is going to be hard to recover. >>> this is a look at the wave coming into the crescent city harbor. authorities released the name of the man swept out to sea while taking pictures of the waves. 25-year-old dustin webber. he was with two other people when they were all washed into the ocean. the two other people managed to survive and swim to safety. even parts of northern california that did not suffer damage from the tsunami
Mar 6, 2011 5:30pm PST
on the drastic murder that may be used to combat the gas prices. >> gas prices are pumping up. >> it's outrageous. >> reporter: the average price of regular gas jumped 33 cents per balloon in the past two weeks. that's the second biggest increase in two weeks on record. nation-wide the average price has soared to $3.51 per gallon according to the lundberg survey and oil is selling for more than $100 a barrel. lawyer james macmillan says he drives often to see clients. >> it makes it difficult for the working man to get back and forth between the city and new jersey and to move around. >> reporter: analysts say there are a couple of reasons for the sudden increase. the unrest for the middle east, where most of the oil is produced, and the larger demand. >> reporter: they say there's all considerations even tapping nhs to the country's reserves. >> all has to be on the table. >> reporter: many senate democrats would support the rare draw-down of the reserve but republican senator lamar alexander says it's not the right approach. >> what we need to do is find more of our own energy, explore offshore
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